The following resources are some of the pieces I have constructed during my time as an Instructional Designer. A number of these pieces are videos (some with captions, early efforts without captions). Additionally, I designed a handful of course banners for online classes at LSSC (viewable in the slideshow below).
"ePortfolios are the new resume." This is what I tell my students. One of their major assignments in my SLS 1501 - Foundations of Success Seminar course, is the creation of an ePortfolio on Weebly.com. I created this video to help my students with creating a Weebly.com account.
"Our students come first" is a phrase I hear frequently from my employer. Perhaps the greatest benefit in understanding and being a part of course design, is the ability to build my own resources for my students. This piece is one such example. One of the assignments my students face this semester (Fall 2013) is the construction of a glogster page that represents their Learning Styles. This video shows my students how to create a glogster account.
As is often necessary during the final stages of designing a training course, this piece was one of a handful that needed to be completed. This video was constructed to provide faculty a brief glance at their "template" (a practice shell) course in Blackboard for the Fall 2013 Blackboard Learn 9.1 training course.
The following video is fairly recent. This piece was completed during my Quality Matters: Applying the Rubric training. For the assignment, I was asked to create an alternative visual representation of the design of a Helpful Recommendation in reference to critiquing other instructors courses. I received full credit and many compliments on the coloration and unique design.
The following video was created as an introduction to Online Courses at LSSC. This video is not captioned.
The following video was a piece constructed under heavy time constraints to fill a resource that was needed in one of the faculty training programs. The piece was not captioned, but served to benefit the faculty. Positive reviews were collected after the training was completed.
The following video was a test piece for the design of a video introduction to the Criminal Justice program at LSSC.